"I had a good time at Clemson this weekend," said Kinlaw. "I still want to take all of my visits before I make a decision though. I'm going to Penn State this weekend (1-17), and I'm going to Virginia Tech on the 24th. I have the 31st open, and that's probably when I will sit down and make a decision."
Kinlaw had an outstanding senior season in which he helped lead his team to a 13-1 record by rushing for 1,787 yards and 30 touchdowns, but he thinks it could have been better. "I had 1,400 through 8 games." When asked if he saw a lot of 10 man fronts after those first 8 games, Kinlaw just laughed "Yes sir."
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